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Some information about our second edition
October 14th to November 30th

12 films competed for awards, including 4 documentaries, 4 animated films and 4 fiction short films:

 Fiction:
. Ada by Max Larruy and Tulio Ferreira (Spain)
. Porque no by Ruth Caudeli (Colombia-Spain)
. A Serious Comedy by Lander Camarero (Spain-Iraq)
. Il Sarto dei Tedeschi by Antonio Losito (Italy)
 

Animation:
. Unjust Matches by Ahmad Khoshniat (Iran)
. El payaso y la equilibrista by Federico Murro González (Uruguay)
. Merkur by Melis Balci & Ege Okal (Turkey)
. Yo te quiero by Nicolás Conte (Argentina)

Documentary:
. 10 Días en Haití by J.A. Bayona (Spain)
. Mallory by Helena Trestikova (Czech Republic)
. El tiempo de los Guitarreros by Jorge Guerrero (Spain)
. Aithrí by Carlos Hernando (Spain)

The International Jury of this second edition was made up of:
. Victoire Chevalier. Director in Spain of e-Book (Miami, USA), the largest distributor of eBooks in Spanish. She previously worked for over a decade at the media library of the French Institute of Madrid, where she took the lead on promotion policy for the documentary genre.
. Emilio de la Rosa. Theoretician and historian of animated film history. Author of both solo and collective books on this genre in Spain and an animation film expert who has advised such festivals as Animadrid and the Animation Festival of Alcalá de Henares, among others.
. Jean-Julien Collette. Filmmaker of five short films that have been selected to 400 festivals and won 90 awards from such festivals as Karlovy Vary, Clermont Ferrand and Cinema Jove. He is currently shooting his first feature film, "Cuando los ángeles dominaban el mundo".

The second edition of Feelfest featured three thought-provoking series:
. Women in Film, a sampling of some of the best current filmmaking that involves women: work made by women, stories with a strong female lead, basically films showing the challenges women face in a world that is still today thought of for and by men.
. Terrifying, a selection reflecting how horror sub-genres often use a kind of metalanguage that makes great references, not to mention having a personality of its own. Zombies, ghosts, werewolves ...
. Autour de Minuit, a series dedicated to the French production and distribution company of the same name, a major world player that has made enormous contributions to the spread of high-quality animated film.

 

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